Arguably the most feared weapon on the WWII battlefield the Tiger tank marks the brilliance of German engineering. From the moment it made its appearance in the war it changed the perception of what a tank is capable of. The devastating machine proved itself time and again, but due to it exquisite engineering it was time consuming and costly to produce.
The only surviving Tiger I tank is the famous 131, which was shown in the movie Fury. This model was based on reference pictures of the 131.
This model features a turret which traverses and the gun which elevates using two removable knob hidden in the back end.
This model of the Tiger I includes 1717 pieces and took about three weeks to design. It measures 47cm (18.5″) x 18.4cm (7.4″) x 17.6cm (6.9″).